Hagelin debuted on the fourth line alongside Nic Dowd and Garnet Hathaway during Monday's practice, Stephen Whyno of the Associated Press reports.
Hagelin faces competition from newcomer Connor Sheary for the third-line left wing spot based on line rushes during the first day of camp. The Swedish winger managed eight goals and 25 points in 58 games during an injury-shortened 2019-20 season and could be worth a look in deeper formats if he can garner meaningful minutes during the upcoming campaign.
Hagelin posted an assist and logged 11:17 of ice time during Thursday's 3-1 round-robin loss to the Flyers.
Hagelin has posted three goals and seven points in his last 10 games dating back to Feb. 23. The speedy Swedish winger is likely to continue anchoring the left side of Washington's third line alongside Lars Eller (personal) and Ilya Kovalchuk for the foreseeable future.
Hagelin is expected to leave the Capitals briefly in September for the birth of his second child, Samantha Pell of The Washington Post reports.
Assuming the Capitals are still in contention for the Stanley Cup by then, Hagelin expects to leave briefly to attend the birth of his child. Though he managed just eight goals and 25 points in 58 games during the 2019-20 regular season, the speedy winger's defensive abilities and wealth of playoff experience would certainly be missed by a Capitals team with championship aspirations. If the Caps are still playing, Hagelin will have to isolate upon his return and test negative for COVID-19 for four consecutive days before being allowed to play.
Hagelin tallied a short-handed assist and two shots during Saturday's 5-2 win over the Penguins.
The helper gave Washington a commanding 4-0 lead early in the third period and gave Hagelin his fourth consecutive game with a point. After a sluggish start, the Swedish winger has been quite solid offensively since the calendar rolled into 2020 with seven goals and 16 points in his last 27 games despite virtually no power-play time and averaging 14:40 of ice time per game. As long as Washington's third line continues to gel, the 31-year-old is worth a gander in deeper leagues.
Hagelin provided a helper, three shots on net and two blocked shots in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Wild.
Hagelin was skating in his 600th career game, and he picked up the lone assist on Richard Panik's go-ahead goal in the first period. Through 54 contests, Hagelin has 22 points, 96 shots and a plus-10 rating this year.
Hagelin scored two third-period goals in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Penguins.
The tallies fueled a four-goal outburst for the Caps in the final frame that put the game away. Hagelin has been surprisingly productive over the last month-plus, picking up six goals and 12 points in his last 15 games -- a stretch that accounts for over half his production (seven goals, 21 points) on the season.
Hagelin potted a goal in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Coyotes.
Hagelin's fifth goal of the season tied the game at one late in the second period. The Swede has been strong with two goals and five helpers in nine contests since the All-Star break. He's up to 18 points, 82 shots and a plus-10 rating through 47 appearances this season.
Hagelin tallied an assist and two penalty minutes during Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Kings.
The helper brings Hagelin to three goals and seven points in his last seven games, as Washington's third line is starting to come to life. The 31-year-old winger is worth a look in deeper formats as long as he's hot.
Hagelin posted a goal and three shots during Saturday's 6-4 win over the Islanders.
Hagelin heads into the All-Star break with a two-game goal-scoring streak -- his first only points in eight January games. While the 31-year-old may be starting to find his rhythm on the third line, he's managed just 11 points in 38 games during an injury-shortened season and is therefore not much of a factor even in deeper fantasy formats.
Hagelin tallied a goal and three shots during Friday's 2-1 overtime win against the Blue Jackets.
Hagelin was the beneficiary of a glorious between-the-legs feed from Richard Panik to score the tying goal in the third period. The Swedish winger has managed just three points in his last 11 games ,which renders him irrelevant for most fantasy purposes.
Hagelin dished an assist, fired two shots on goal and added two PIM in Friday's 3-2 win over the Ducks.
Hagelin sent a nice pass to Travis Boyd for the first-period tally. Hagelin had entered Friday with six straight scoreless outings, with an upper-body injury that cost him nearly four weeks in the middle of that stretch. The speedy Swede now has six assists, 31 shots on goal and a plus-4 rating through 20 games this season.
Hagelin (upper body) skated 12:21 with one shot on goal and a plus-1 rating in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Sharks.
Hagelin's return to the lineup was uneventful, as the Capitals' offense came from the second and fourth lines. Hagelin has just five assists and 28 shots on goal in 18 appearances this season, making the speedy Swede too risky for most fantasy owners to roster.
Hagelin (upper body) will return to action Tuesday against the Sharks, Samantha Pell of The Washington Post reports.
Hagelin has missed the last 11 games with the injury but will return to his usual place on the third line alongside Travis Boyd and Richard Panik. While the Capitals will welcome his defensive abilities, with just five helpers to show for 17 games, the Swedish winger isn't much of a fantasy asset these days.
Hagelin (upper body) worked in a no-contact capacity Monday, Mike Vogel of the Capitals' official site reports.
Hagelin worked on the third line during practice. The 31-year-old is expected to be activated from long-term injured reserve and suit up Tuesday against the Sharks as long as he doesn't suffer a setback before then. Hagelin has missed 11 games and recorded five points over 17 contests before his injury.
Hagelin (upper body) will be back in the lineup versus the Sharks on Dec. 3, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.
Per the conditions of his placement on long-term injured reserve, Hagelin can't be activated prior to the matchup with San Jose. The Swedish winger will likely be utilized in a bottom-six role and will no doubt be eager to score his first goal of the 2019-20 campaign. Beck Malenstyn figures to be the odd man out once Hagelin is taken off IR and will be shipped back down to the minors.
Hagelin (upper body) was designated for long-term injured reserve Wednesday will be out of the lineup until at least the Caps' Dec. 3 clash with San Jose.
As a result of his placement on long-term IR, Hagelin will miss the team's next five games. Injuries to Nic Dowd (upper body) and Nicklas Backstrom (upper body), along with the potential suspension of Garnet Hathaway, forced the club into this move in order to stay roster and cap compliant. Michael Sgarbossa and Beck Malenstyn were promoted from AHL Hershey in order to bolster the club's depth up front.
Hagelin (upper body) is doubtful for Wednesday's road game against New York, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Hagelin missed Monday's game against Anaheim and has yet to shed his non-contact jersey at practice, evidencing he's not ready for a return. He's still considered day-to-day from coach Todd Reirden, and once cleared to play, the veteran is expected to slot into his usual third-line role.
Hagelin (upper body) will not be in the lineup against Anaheim on Monday, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Hagelin was still sporting a non-contact sweater at Monday's practice session, though coach Todd Reirden considers the winger day-to-day. Once cleared to play, the Swede will likely slot into a third-line role and bump Garnet Hathaway back to the press box.
Hagelin (upper body) practiced Friday in a non-contact sweater, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Considering Hagelin hasn't been cleared for contact, he can safely be ruled out for Friday's clash with Montreal and should be considered a longshot to play versus Boston on Saturday. The winger is still looking for his first goal of the 2019-20 campaign, but he has managed five assists and 27 shots in 17 games. With Hagelin on the shelf along with Nic Dowd (upper body), the Caps will need to promote a player from the minors ahead of Friday's tilt.
Hagelin (upper body) will not travel with the team for Wednesday's showdown with the Flyers, JJ Regan of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Hagelin will be out at least another game with the issue. Chandler Stephenson is likely to continue filling in for the 31-year-old Swede in the interim.
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